Max Mört takes us through these fundamental settings, and why they do what they do.
Learn the basics of camber and toe with TLR's lead product designer!
Camber links may seem simple, but they offer a wide range of settings on most cars, particularly off-road cars, so it's important to understand whether you should be adjusting the rod length, ball stud locations, or ball stud spacers.
Ever have trouble getting the perfect camber angle because the hexes tweak after you get the axles set? Alexander Hagberg of XRAY has the solution!
Roll center describes how your car rolls in the turns. Here's a quick primer on what it is and how you can use it to tune your car.
Ryan Harris explains his 6 best tips for beginners looking to make sure their car is set up properly so they can compete at the track! He explains tire selection first then gets into basic setup strategies for axle height, shock springs and oil, camber, toe, and more, all with handy visuals.
When we first announced that we were working on So Dialed, a lot of folks asked for a troubleshooting guide on how to fix common handling problems. Here is what we came up with!
Broc Champlin, Schumacher Factory Driver, explains how he sets camber and ride height to get the best all-around handling, with a focus on racing on hard, smooth (slick) surfaces.
How to fix understeer (push), oversteer (loose), and other common handling problems for both on-road and off-road RC cars.
XRAY's Ty Tessman explains what front camber does, how he adjusts it, and how he tests changes to it, with a focus on pillow ball suspension.
Jilles Groskamp of Infinity walks us through how he sets his steering angle, from the radio settings to the camber and toe settings that will help you get there.